Spouse to American Gothic includes a selection of unique essays that discover America's gothic literary culture.
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Michaud, M. (2009). Republicanism and the American Gothic. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. New Historicist–History of Ideas study of how the philosophical assumptions behind the early American republic have continued to reappear in older and recent Gothic works. P. B. ) (1993). Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. London: Associated University Presses. Thirteen original essays using structuralist, gender-based, and historicist lenses on texts that Gothicize the American frontier from Brockden Brown in the 1790s to Native Americans in the 1980s.
B. ) (1993). Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. London: Associated University Presses. Thirteen original essays using structuralist, gender-based, and historicist lenses on texts that Gothicize the American frontier from Brockden Brown in the 1790s to Native Americans in the 1980s. M. (2009). The Suburban Gothic in American Popular Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. A gender theory, Marxist, cultural studies look at how and why the deep inequities most haunting American suburbia are represented in Gothic efforts from Shirley Jackson’s fiction to Buffy the Vampire Slayer on television.
A Companion to American Gothic